The Tezos Foundation is pleased to announce that it has issued grants to TezBridge and zednode.
TezBridge is a tool that allows users to interact with applications built on the Tezos blockchain. Built by Catsigma, a Tezos developer, TezBridge works on both desktop and mobile web browsers and does not require a plug-in to be installed. With this grant, Catsigma will refine both the local and remote signers, refactor and audit the code, and improve the overall user experience of TezBridge.
Led by Ryan Loomba, the zednode team will build an open-source web dashboard to help Tezos bakers with accounting, rewards payouts, and other functions that may bring transparency and accountability to baking operations. Zednode is committed to helping grow the baking ecosystem with its free and open-source tools.
The Tezos Foundation’s core mission is to support the long-term success of the Tezos protocol and ecosystem. By funding projects imagined by scientists, researchers, developers, entrepreneurs, and enthusiasts, the Foundation encourages decentralized development and robust participation.